Albert Agbo produced some impressive strokes to win the final edition of this year’s MTN Invitational golf tournament at the Tema Country golf course last Saturday.
With a handicap of 14, Agbo managed to beat off competition from the other golfers to finish the hole 18 with 66 points.
Godwin Asem, who also played with a handicap of 2, finished second with a net score of 69 to beat Samuel Tetteh on countback after finishing with a net score of 69 with handicap 7.
Peter Agbo was a point short as he managed to close his game with a net score of 70, off handicap 3, to finish fourth.
The Men’s Group B competition also witnessed an interesting competition between Eric Ofosuhene and Felix Boateng as Ofosuhene eventually triumphed with a net score of 64, off handicap 24.
Boateng consoled himself with the second position with a net score of 67, off his handicap of 24 to finish ahead of Seong Chill Kim, who scored a net of 69 with a handicap of 18.
The Lady Captain of the Ankobra Golf and Country Club at Bogoso, Floria Hurtubise, shrugged off competition from her challengers to top the Ladies Group A with 73 points, while playing with a handicap of 13.
Evergreen Mona Captan Mylers-Lamptey could not capitalise on her lower handicap to win as she finished with the same net score of 73, off handicap 7 but was separated on countback to settle for the second position.
In the Ladies Group B event, Vida Annang emerged winner with a net score of 73, off a handicap of 25, while Adelaide Owusu came second with a net score of 74, off handicap 19.
Sam Koranteng, Corporate Services Executive of MTN, noted that the competition had grown over the years and described golf as a game for business people, adding that his outfit mainly organised the tournament for its stakeholders.